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ORANGE PARK – Clay High graduate Christian Sweat, 19, has been accepted into an apprenticeship program that combines 18 credit hours of free college courses at St. Johns River State College and … more
Has anyone else tried working outside in the garden recently? These days of August are some of the most miserable times to try to keep up with mowing the grass, pulling weeds, and almost any garden … more
CLAY COUNTY – Working parents unable to pick their child up after school can enroll them in the YMCA’s afterschool program. According to the national nonprofit Afterschool Alliance one in five … more
GREEN COVE SPRINGS – A judge is expected to rule at any moment whether the Clay County Board of County Commissioners will be forced to hold a special election to determine if the school board … more
Technology is the newest weapon used by both law enforcement and criminals. It’s a high-tech game of cat and mouse, with information floating throughout the world wide web as chunks of … more
ORANGE PARK – The town council voted Tuesday to forgo any density changes until its long-range planning process is complete. The town’s Planning and Zoning Board has been mulling over density … more
MIDDLEBURG — The children are back in school, and Swimming Pen Creek Elementary’ s Montessori classrooms are starting their second year. SPCE transformed a few of its classrooms for voluntary … more
GREEN COVE SPRINGS – A judge is expected to rule whether the Clay County Board of County Commissioners will be forced to hold a special election to determine if the school board can raise more than … more
Rep. Travis Cummings (R-18) announced he will leave politics at the end of his term and wouldn’t run for Rob Bradley's District 5 seat in the Florida Senate. “The hardworking people of Clay … more
KEYSTONE HEIGHTS – The Jacksonville Transportation Authority will launch its newest Clay Community Transportation Flex Route, the Magenta Line, on Monday, providing flexible and affordable … more
Technology is the newest weapon used by both law enforcement and criminals. It’s a high-tech game of cat and mouse, with information floating throughout the world wide web as chunks of … more
GREEN COVE SPRINGS – The Board of County Commissioners filed its response to an order to show cause filed by the school board. Now it’s up to a judge to figure out whether the school board can … more
Clay County small business owner Jennifer Bradley this week kicked off her campaign to succeed her husband, Rob Brantley, for the Senate District 5 seat with the support of Senate Leaders Wilton … more
HISTORICAL SOCIETY OF ORANGE PARK: will conduct its monthly meeting Aug. 10 at 10 a.m. at the Clarke House, 1039 Kingsley Ave.GARDEN CLUB OF FLEMING ISLAND MEETING: will be at the Fleming Island … more
GREEN COVE SPRINGS – A potential homeowner’s dream to restore a house in the historic downtown area of town was “shattered” by an early-morning fire last Monday. Clay County Fire and … more
Five years ago, 2014Ashley Nicole Chiasson of Chalmette, La., is given $67,000 in a settlement reached with the Clay County Sheriff’s Office and the Florida Sheriff’s Risk Management Fund … more
ORANGE PARK – Young and old alike will enjoy the Treasures from the Attic antique appraisal at the Active After Fifty Expo for Baby Boomers and Seniors to be held at Thrasher-Horne Center in Orange … more
GREEN COVE SPRINGS — Dog diving is a national sport that’s only just begun to dig its claws into Clay County. Spectators can get a taste of these splash-filled competitions on Saturday. When … more
A few weeks ago, I was on my back porch grilling my dinner when I heard a loud buzzing sound. Initially I thought it was the grill and I was frantically checking the propane connections, but when I … more
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